In MS Access, linked tables (not imported tables) are live with the
backend. If you change something in a linked table, that change
automatically propogates to the origin of the link and changes the source
of the data. Try setting up your tables as linked tables and see if it
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Marc Pidoux <list@stripped> wrote on 11/04/2005 01:14:25 AM:
> Yes!!!!! That's so cool, took me a little while to have it working but
> it works.
> I can retrieve a MySQL table in MS Access and even upload a new table
> from MS Access to MySQL but I cannot update it from MS Access, when I
> try to upload an updated table, I get an error "Table already exists"
> which makes sense but I want to update/overwrite it. Something like
> downloading the table from MySQL, edit some of the fields and data in MS
> Access and reupload the whole thing. Is this possible too?
> Thanks again!
> Dan Nelson wrote:
> >In the last episode (Nov 03), Marc Pidoux said:
> >>Eh, eh, sorry, stupid question for some of you, I'm sure...
> >>I'm wondering if there is a way to edit a MySQL DB through MS Access
> >>like you can for an MSSQL DB? I want to edit a lot of data, tables
> >>etc... and doing it through phpMyAdmin just isn't very efficient.
> >Sure. Just install the MySQL ODBC connector and link to the tables
> >same as you would for MS SQL. There is a whole section in the manual
> >detailing this: